Men like to walk around with big belt buckles, 10-gallon cowboy hats, Work Boots that reach practically to the knees. But women (by nature, far more fashionable) know that less is more. They know that the low-cut design of Spring Footwear SFWLYRIC Women's Black Wal ... (see full details) (see specifications) #SFWLYRIC-B.
Spring Footwear Shoes: Women's Walk N Roll Shoes SFWLYRIC
Men like to walk around with big belt buckles, 10-gallon cowboy hats, Work Boots that reach practically to the knees. But women (by nature, far more fashionable) know that less is more. They know that the low-cut design of Spring Footwear SFWLYRIC Women's Black Walk N Roll Shoes gives feet everything they need. Let's save supersizing for French fries, and keep our footwear sleek and pretty.
Don't worry -- they're protective too. These shoes are made with multi-density support that makes steps more comfortable. The cushioned design helps relieve pressure on your knees, ankles and lower body, reducing fatigue and pain you feel at the end of the workday.
The low-cut, all-black design is made with soft, flexible leather. Stretchy leather moves and adjusts to your steps, but it's durable and tough, too. Leather naturally resists wind and weather to prevent wear and tear.
The non-marking soles are slip-resistant, and made to help your feet find grip even on wet, slick surfaces. Spring Footwear SFWLYRIC Women's Black Walk N Roll Shoes don't come in a bulk size, and that's only one of their many outstanding features.
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5 out of 5
Best shoes I've found...
I'm a pastry chef, and I'm on my feet sometimes 10-12+ hours a day. I've been through Birkenstock, Dansko, Keen, etc. There have been days I've limped home from my feet hurting so bad.
I needed new shoes, so I searched for chef shoes and came across this style. I gave them a shot since I've tried everything out there. No more limping! I couldn't believe how comfortable these are, and my feet and legs don't hurt at the end of the day. I've had these almost a year, and I'm thinking a new pair will be needed soon. I've thought about trying other styles because the laces aren't the best choice when working with flour, but I may just deal with it since these have made such a difference.